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the best assessment of the events in benghazi to the american people. >>> less than a month after being re-elected, illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. is resigning his seat, citing health concerns. jackson, you'll recall, mysteriously disappeared from public view last june. it was later revealed he was being treated for bipolar disorder at the mayo clinic. jackson is also the subject of investigations by the fbi and house ethics committee for alleged misuse of campaign funds. >>> and millions of couches, perhaps yours, across the country today will be getting a bit of a workout. check it out. it's the nfl lineup, because you can't have your turkey without a little bit football. turkey day, triple header, kicking off. 12:30 eastern today with the detroit lions hosting the houston texans. then cowboys and redskins squaring off, 4:25 this afternoon, followed by a prime-time showdown, 8:20 tonight, right when you're on that second round of turkey, between the pats and the jets. >> i'll be watching reruns of "sex and the city" and then going to bed at 7:30. >>> people already lining up outside our
to see a little bit more activity in israel. you have election coming up in january. the palestinian both factions, hamas, and fatah are talking about some sort of coalition. so i think you're going to see some movement. obviously at any point the extremists, particularly those that are actually to the more radical than hamas could seek to destabilize the situation. >> you brought up fatah. and they've been called powerless, impotent, a lot during the conflict over the last ten days or so, and criticized in some cases by members of hamas in some islamists in the region. on cnn yesterday, there was a quote from a member of hamas talking about thepalestinian authority and fatah. let's listen. >> i think people feel now that the only way which can proceed to work is resistance. becau because -- >> does the palestinian authority have any power, any more, to negotiate, are they just an empty suit? >> no, they do have -- they do have power, but again they don't have, you know, the popular support in gaza that's necessary to enforce or bring any large-scale deal along. so it's really a bifurcate
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